The State of Madhya Pradesh has achieved a position among front ranking states including Kerala, Delhi, Gujarat and Goa in the fast emerging area of e-Governance as revealed in a countrywide survey carried out recently by 'Data Quest' magazine.
The magazine listed 18 states out of 28 States and 7 Union Territories of India on the basis of human index for the survey. The magazine opines though all the states in India have accorded priority to giving good governance in their agendas, but very few states could fulfil their targets so far. A number of states are well behind with slow progress. The survey work included government services and their benefits to people and corporations through e-Governance. Madhya Pradesh has been adjudged best in providing health services, land sale and purchase deal, through e-Governance and second in vehicle registration, land registration works. It also occupies top position in rendering pubic utility services to the citizens in the areas like municipal corporation, land (revenue), income tax and law through e-Governance whereas the e-Governance arrangement made by the Department of Commercial Taxes and Urban bodies in their respective institutions in respect of areas of trade and commerce are the best in the country.